Google has started testing new parental control features for its Chrome web browser and Chrome OS laptops to allow easy restriction of content and services.
For the first time ever, the 10 highest-paid chief executives in the US received more than $100m in compensation last year, and two took home billion-dollar paychecks, according to a leading annual survey of executive pay.
The magic of Alibaba: China's biggest e-retailer is on track to be a $500 billion company by 2015. Investors are now looking at how to get in on the IPO action.
Samsung has offered a five-year pause in seeking European sales bans against rivals over standards-essential patents (SEPs) as it seeks to evade a huge fine from regulators.
IBM, which missed revenue estimates in its third-quarter earnings report , faces ongoing weakness in its business from emerging markets, UBS analyst Steve Milunovich said Thursday.
IBM, the world's largest technology-services company, reported third-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street estimates but it missed revenue expectations.
Steve Jobs believed he was a reincarnated second world war fighter pilot and his early success turned him into a “demon”, according to a new memoir by his former girlfriend and the mother of his eldest child.
London’s Tech City is getting its first mainland Chinese firm, now that mobile gaming company Rekoo is moving to the capital and building a new development team.
Yahoo's net revenue dipped slightly in the third quarter as prices for its display ads remained under pressure.
Google users are changing their Google+ profile pictures to photos of Eric Schmidt, the company’s executive chairman, in protest against its plan to use customer information in adverts.
Apple’s new music streaming service, Apple Music, has attracted 11 million trialists since its launch at the end of June, the company has announced.
Apple is to fix a bug in its Mac OS X operating system as soon as possible amid concerns over the security of its desktop and laptop computers.
Yahoo users have become the target of one of the biggest “malvertising” attacks every, after a malware company bought advertising space on the company’s websites to deliver malicious adverts in an attempt to install malware on users’ computers.